Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

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Adelaide Advanced Strategic Planning One Day Workshop

Thursday 11 June 2009

The next Advanced Strategic Planning one-day workshop being run by The Australian Strategic Planning Institute will take place at Rydges in Adelaide on the 13th of July and bookings are now open

The TASPI workshops are jam packed with ideas and processes to ensure that your operational, business and strategic planning efforts deliver the type of results they ought to.  Highly 'hands on' with opportunities to explore actions specific to your organisation, they are Co facilitated by Marcus Barber and Steven Bowman, and have proven to be a significant cause for business improvement across all sizes of businesses and industry sectors, fully supported with an excellent work book resource.  For inquiries please contact Marcus Barber directly on 03 9445 0289.  Or you can download the Brochure and Booking form here


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